CoFED partners with young people of color from poor and working-class backgrounds to build food and land co-ops.
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After hearing about the possibility of a space on campus a group of students rallied together to design a co-op to go in it. This semester a group of those students created a research based independent study to put together a business plan for a cooperative cafe and grocery. Currently they are working a putting together a short film for the project, and should be featured in Temple's crowd funding platform, Owl Crowd in the next month. With all of the start-up co-op projects in Philly right now, they are in good company, and this should be an exciting story to watch unfold.